Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co., spearheads the nation’s largest bank – serving nearly half of U.S. households with $3.2 trillion in belongings and managing over 250,000 employees the world over.
After getting about seven hours of sleep, Dimon wakes up at “5 [a.m.], give or take,” he stated on the “Coffee with The Greats” podcast on July 15. Then, “I learn tons of stuff” for an hour and a half to 2 hours.
To begin, “I learn shortly The [New York] Daily News” — Dimon’s daughter, Laura Dimon, writes for the publication, and Dimon lives and works in New York.
Dimon additionally reads The New York Post “as a result of everybody reads The New York Post.” He says he reads a few sections, together with the editorials. He additionally reads The Washington Post’s op-eds. “Then I learn The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times,” he stated.
He reads “tons of different stuff” as nicely, together with “Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report and The Economist – a variety of financial stuff, analyst experiences, transcripts [of speeches] and see what individuals say and stuff like that.”
As for the way he consumes his information, Dimon prefers studying the bodily paper “since you are inclined to scan and see completely different stuff and it pursuits you and also you learn it.”
“But if you happen to do it on-line, you are inclined to push to solely what you need to learn and if I’ve time, I make myself learn a bunch of tales that I would not naturally learn as a result of I need to transcend my pure habitat,” he says.
“I learn a variety of books too, [but] extra on trip than in the course of the yr,” stated Dimon.
After that, at round 7 a.m., Dimon stated he sometimes workouts for about 45 minutes. “That may very well be cardio, gentle weights, stretching, much less working.”
But Dimon stated he doesn’t often eat earlier than work, however will drink a cup of espresso. “I’m simply not hungry within the morning.”
However when Dimon is ready to get up naturally he stated he workouts after which eats an hour later, possibly round 10 a.m. In that case “I could have an egg, a tough boiled egg, or one thing like that. But by 12 [p.m.], I’m ravenous. I eat at 12.”
CORRECTION: This article has been corrected to mirror the right spelling of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report.